Jeremy Gow has now been restoring antique furniture for some 18 years.
“I have been in business at Pitscandly Farm since 1992. Having spent nine years in different workshops in Scotland, France, Austria and Australia, I returned to start my own business at the family home near Forfar in Scotland.
Over the years I have been fascinated by the furniture I have seen and restored. Many things have happened over a lifetime of usage – pieces have been badly restored, cut down, reveneered, transformed, repolished and brasswork replaced.”
This three-day course will open your eyes to some of the mysteries.
We conserve works of art from all over Scotland, from royal palaces, stately homes, national galleries and many private clients.
Jeremy is a proud full member of the British Antique Furniture Restoration Association (BAFRA), a national organisation of craftsmen and women, setup in 1979 to maintain the high standard in conservation and restoration. Jeremy is one of only four accredited members of BAFRA in Scotland, also listed in the Conservation Register run by UKIC in association with Historic Scotland.
A non-refundable deposit of £100 is required to reserve a place, with the balance payable four weeks in advance of the course. To register for a course please contact us
Our courses have been attended by the Art and Antiques Unit of Scotland Yard, antique dealers from all different fields from all over the globe, collectors, and guides of stately homes, farmers, and many other enthusiasts including a helicopter pilot! Our youngest participant was 19 and our eldest has been 84 so everyone is very welcome!